Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas!

Today was my first attempt at making prime rib. I was wrestling with what to prepare for dinner this holiday. We had ham at Thanksgiving so another one just didn’t sound appealing despite the fact that I LOVE ham… I was waffling between beef and lamb but couldn’t make up my mind. Xmas eve, I ventured to our local Bristol Farms where the guy behind the meat counter talked me into rib roast. I had entertained the thought of prime rib so this decided it.

I seasoned it with olive oil, kosher salt, pepper, garlic powder and Italian seasoning.
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This gorgeous hunk of meat came out perfect at a medium rare/medium after about an hour and a half (15mins @ 500F and then however long it took to get the meat thermometer to read 130F @ 325F). Accompanied by seasoned roasted potatoes and Brussels sprouts, Husband and a friend gave it two thumbs up.

I’m rather proud right now… And full.
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Prime Rib
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Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: American
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Prime Rib - easy peasy
Ingredients
  • Prime rib (meat separated from bone but tied together during cooking)
  • Extra virgiin olive oil
  • Seasoning mix (I used kosher salt, pepper, garlic powder and Italian seasoning)
Instructions
  1. Rub olive oil on meat.
  2. Coat with seasoning mix.
  3. Cook for 15mins @ 500F.
  4. Lower oven temp to 325F and roast until thermometer reads 130F for medium rare/medium (about 15 mins per pound).
  5. Let rest for at least 20 mins.

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2 comments on “Merry Christmas

  1. Really nice job Rosa

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